Still Queer as Folk

A critical review and analysis of Showtime's Queer as Folk presented by two bitchy and sometimes jaded gay guys. Listen in as we take apart the stories, screenplays, characters and aspects of the show that haven't aged well. Nothing is off limits, be it music, costumes, sets, or acting. We're huge fans of the show, but you would probably never know it after listening to Still Queer as Folk. All five seasons are covered, recorded between 2018-2021. Check out the Still Queer as Folk UK podcast for our take on the original.

Hosted ByPatrick Randall & Matt Dominguez

All Episodes

1.06: The Art of Desperation

A chiropractor spends 27 minutes working on Michael’s nipples while Jennifer daydreams about her son being bent over a piano by “This Brian.” Ted tries to date the “appropriate” Roger, only to learn a few things about himself in the process.

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1.05: Now Approaching…The Line

Michael fends off Tracy, who doesn’t know that he’s gay. Brian tests the waters of being an escort in order to land a big contract. Justin and his mother have an awkward group therapy session. Michael is unprepared for dinner with Dr. David.

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1.04: Ted’s Not Dead

Babylon is to die for…for somebody. Justin gets handsy with a football player while Michael and Emmett search Ted’s apartment for incriminating evidence. Debbie and Michael return Justin to the Taylor family home.

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1.03: No Bris, No Shirt, No Service

Things will never be the same for Ted again. Emmett’s prostitute raises questions of racism. We find out what trail-mix is all about. And Justin? Let’s hear it for the boy!

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1.02: Queer, There and Everywhere

Justin ups his stalking game with Brian after a creepy look around the locker room. Michael ventures out to a straight bar. Brian seduces his client in the washroom and we meet Debbie Novotny at the Liberty Diner

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1.01: Premier

Brian and Michael cavort on the roof of a hospital after meeting Brian’s new son. Teenager Justin Taylor becomes Brian’s one night stand that never went away. Michael is followed home from the bar.

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